It is great to see an innovative company like CambridgeIP stepping forward to support the creation of new business start-ups
Cambridge, UK (PRWEB UK) 9 November 2012
“We expect that the SVC2C Startup Weekend will see our data mashed up with valuable data from data.gov.uk, import.io and other data providers, something that has never been done before. It will be really exciting to see what the SVC2C Startup Weekend teams come up with” said CambridgeIP Chairman, Quentin Tannock “CambridgeIP’s mission is to accelerate the development, deployment and dissemination of valuable technologies. We will be on hand to advise the SVC2C Startup Weekend teams and hope that our support will enable them to develop a range of winning products and services.”
“It is great to see an innovative company like CambridgeIP stepping forward to support the creation of new business start-ups“ said Hanadi Jabado, Director of Accelerate Cambridge who are organising the Startup Weekend Cambridge. “Our mission is to help Cambridge based entrepreneurs succeed by providing support and advice during the earliest stages of venture formation. As part of Cambridge Judge Business School we are committed to working in partnership with leading companies for the benefit of the Cambridge economy”.
To celebrate the launch of its Data Services division, making available its data and analysis from one of the world’s largest collections of science literature, CambridgeIP is making its data collections freely available to participating student teams at the SVC2C Startup Weekend. During event, student teams will use the CambridgeIP Data, data.gov.uk and import.io APIs to develop custom products and services in a 54-hour intense simulation event.
About CambridgeIP Data Services
CambridgeIP has launched a Data Services division which provides users with customised datasets, searchable PDFs and direct access to CambridgeIP’s 100 million+ science and technology records by API.
CambridgeIP is a globally recognised leader in the provision of technology intelligence and innovation strategy services to companies around the world. CambridgeIP owns and maintains one of the world’s largest collections of patents and related scientific literature with records drawn from around the world. CambridgeIP’s work has been covered by leading media outlets including Bloomberg, the Financial Times, the Harvard Business Review, Nature Publishing Group and the Wall Street Journal.
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About Silicon Valley comes to the UK (SVc2UK)
Silicon Valley comes to the UK is a not-for profit series of industry supported events led by business leaders, investors and serial entrepreneurs and run by students. It's designed to improve the ecosystem for entrepreneurship in the UK, Europe and beyond and drive sustainable growth.
SVC2UK 2012 will focus on helping businesses to 'SCALE UP'; across their teams, invested capital, geographies, and in terms of impact and influence. Beyond Consumer Internet and Mobile, this year, the event is also shining the spotlight on Medical Technologies (MedTech) and Education Technologies (EdTech).
Sponsors of the SVC2UK events this year include Google for Entepreneurs, BT, Facebook and Microsoft Bizspark. Startup Weekend is supported by the Kauffman Foundation, and the Cambridge edition is supported by Accelerate Cambridge, the enterprise accelerator based at Cambridge Judge Business School, Data.gov.uk, Entrepreneurs First, Import.io and CambridgeIP.
Resources & Contact Details
For media enquiries about CambridgeIP please contact us by email on info(at)cambridgeip(dot)com.
- CambridgeIP Data Services http://www.cambridgeip.com/products-services/cambridgeip-data-services.html
- CambridgeIP Data API http://www.cambridgeip.com/products-services/cambridgeip-data-api.html
- CambridgeIP Knowledge Centre and key publications: http://www.cambridgeip.com/knowledge-centre/key-cambridgeip-publications.html